EditorSettings

Inherits: Resource < RefCounted < Object

Object that holds the project-independent editor settings.

Description

Object that holds the project-independent editor settings. These settings are generally visible in the Editor > Editor Settings menu.

Property names use slash delimiters to distinguish sections. Setting values can be of any Variant type. It's recommended to use snake_case for editor settings to be consistent with the Godot editor itself.

Accessing the settings can be done using the following methods, such as:

var settings = EditorInterface.get_editor_settings()
# `settings.set("some/property", 10)` also works as this class overrides `_set()` internally.
settings.set_setting("some/property", 10)
# `settings.get("some/property")` also works as this class overrides `_get()` internally.
settings.get_setting("some/property")
var list_of_settings = settings.get_property_list()

Note: This class shouldn't be instantiated directly. Instead, access the singleton using EditorInterface.get_editor_settings.

Methods

void

add_property_info ( Dictionary info )

void

erase ( String property )

PackedStringArray

get_favorites ( ) const

Variant

get_project_metadata ( String section, String key, Variant default=null ) const

String

get_project_settings_dir ( ) const

PackedStringArray

get_recent_dirs ( ) const

Variant

get_setting ( String name ) const

bool

has_setting ( String name ) const

bool

property_can_revert ( String name )

Variant

property_get_revert ( String name )

void

set_builtin_action_override ( String name, Array actions_list )

void

set_favorites ( PackedStringArray dirs )

void

set_initial_value ( StringName name, Variant value, bool update_current )

void

set_project_metadata ( String section, String key, Variant data )

void

set_recent_dirs ( PackedStringArray dirs )

void

set_setting ( String name, Variant value )

Signals

  • settings_changed ( )

Emitted after any editor setting has changed.

Constants

  • NOTIFICATION_EDITOR_SETTINGS_CHANGED = 10000 --- Emitted after any editor setting has changed. It's used by various editor plugins to update their visuals on theme changes or logic on configuration changes.

Method Descriptions

Adds a custom property info to a property. The dictionary must contain:

Example:

var settings = EditorInterface.get_editor_settings()
settings.set("category/property_name", 0)

var property_info = {
    "name": "category/property_name",
    "type": TYPE_INT,
    "hint": PROPERTY_HINT_ENUM,
    "hint_string": "one,two,three"
}

settings.add_property_info(property_info)

  • void erase ( String property )

Erases the setting whose name is specified by property.


Returns the list of favorite files and directories for this project.


Returns project-specific metadata for the section and key specified. If the metadata doesn't exist, default will be returned instead. See also set_project_metadata.


  • String get_project_settings_dir ( ) const

Returns the project-specific settings path. Projects all have a unique subdirectory inside the settings path where project-specific settings are saved.


Returns the list of recently visited folders in the file dialog for this project.


Returns the value of the setting specified by name. This is equivalent to using Object.get on the EditorSettings instance.


Returns true if the setting specified by name exists, false otherwise.


Returns true if the setting specified by name can have its value reverted to the default value, false otherwise. When this method returns true, a Revert button will display next to the setting in the Editor Settings.


Returns the default value of the setting specified by name. This is the value that would be applied when clicking the Revert button in the Editor Settings.


  • void set_builtin_action_override ( String name, Array actions_list )


Sets the list of favorite files and directories for this project.


Sets the initial value of the setting specified by name to value. This is used to provide a value for the Revert button in the Editor Settings. If update_current is true, the current value of the setting will be set to value as well.


Sets project-specific metadata with the section, key and data specified. This metadata is stored outside the project folder and therefore won't be checked into version control. See also get_project_metadata.


Sets the list of recently visited folders in the file dialog for this project.


Sets the value of the setting specified by name. This is equivalent to using Object.set on the EditorSettings instance.